Apartments in Bordeaux: a real estate gold rush
Bordeaux, which has turned into a real estate hotspot in France over the past few years, has a number of apartments that are sure to catch your eye.
The world’s wine capital is an incredibly attractive destination, thanks in large part to the arrival of the TGV to this city in Gironde. Owning a home in Bordeaux and commuting to Paris every day for work has now become a possibility—and even the obvious choice—for those who can invest in a luxury apartment for sale in Bordeaux and finally get to know the land of plenty that is southwestern France.
A balcony overlooking the city, in Pey-Berland Square
Touring Bordeaux’s cultural sites by simply going out to your balcony is only possible in a handful of the city’s apartments. This particular building offers an incredible panoramic view of City Hall and the town’s main historical buildings.
On the top floor of a residence built in 2015
The apartment’s interior is no less attractive, with its 128 m² of living space, five rooms, large dual-aspect living room, open-plan kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, laundry room, and especially its 46 m² west-facing terrace, which offers an unobstructed view.
A waterfront apartment in Bordeaux, on the Quai Louis XVIII
Located in the city centre, the Place des Quinconces features a large central square. It is famous for its sprawling antique fair and its gorgeous stone buildings containing apartments for sale in Aquitaine that offer a panoramic view over the Garonne river.
A premium location
Located on the 3rd floor of a striking building, this apartment features 174 m² of living space, seven rooms, a living room, dining room, separate kitchen, four bedrooms (including a master suite), two bathrooms, an office, a laundry room, and a storage room. This apartment is more than worth a visit!
Along the banks of the Garonne in the Chartrons district
A lively area thanks to its market and restaurants, the historical centre of Bordeaux will inspire you to purchase one of the apartments for sale in the Chartrons district on the spot. In large part due to its location, this area is home to the city’s most prestigious homes.
Perfectly preserved historical gems
This apartment is sure to catch your eye with its 202 m² of floor space covering the entire first floor of a stone residential building, eight rooms, large living room, kitchen, four bedrooms, three bathrooms, office, two garage parking spots for rent, and south-facing 12 m² terrace.
A loft-style apartment, on the Quai des Marques
Located near the wharfs, one of which is named « Marques » after the shopping centre that redefined day-to-day life in the Chartrons district, these apartment buildings have all placed a premium on décor, design, and bold architectural additions.
A joint ownership of 5 units
This particular property, located off a calm alleyway, recently remodelled its 194 m² of floor space. The air-conditioned apartment includes six bedrooms, a 60 m² living room/dining room featuring an unobstructed view, a dine-in kitchen, four bedrooms, and even the opportunity to purchase a parking place.
The luxury of an apartment in Bordeaux, in the Grand Théâtre district
Living close to this historical monument that dates back to 1870 is a blessing for fans of opera, classical music, and ballet. When the apartment is also located within a 19th-century building, it’s something you just have to see for yourself
Paneling, gilding, and moldings
This beautifully renovated apartment features around 235 m² of living space. It includes seven rooms, including an entry room that leads to a formal sitting room complete with a continuous balcony, a generous living room, a dining room, fully equipped kitchen, three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a laundry room, a storage room, and a garage.